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Mr. Charlie J. Carter

Vice President and Chief Structural Engineer

American Institute of Steel Construction , Inc.

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Email: c***@***.org

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American Institute of Steel Construction , Inc.

One East Wacker Dr. , Suite 2122

Chicago, Illinois 60601

United States

Company Description

The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), headquartered in Chicago, is a not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States. ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Penn State Chicago

Georgia ASCE Recognizes New Life Member
American Society of Civil Engineers

Associate Member
National Council of Structural Engineers Associations

Secretary of the AISC Committee On the Code
Standard Practice Committee

Education

Doctor of Philosophy degree

Civil Engineering

Illinois Institute of Technology

bachelor

Architectural Engineering

The Pennsylvania State University

master of science

Architectural Engineering

The Pennsylvania State University

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Reduced Fire Protection OK for Many Steel Floor Assemblies | 2016-11-22 | ENR

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Revisions to UL Design No. D982 in the Underwriter Laboratories Fire Resistance Directory, based on fire tests sponsored by the American Institute of Steel Construction and the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), mean steel assemblies qualify for half the customary fire-protection thickness, regardless of the design detail in the building, says Charles J. Carter, AISC's vice president and chief structural engineer. The appropriate thickness had long been argued, he adds.

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The specimen performed acceptably, says Carter, who on Dec. 5 replaces the retiring Roger E. Ferch as AISC president.
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"Steel can be considered restrained and qualify for half the fire-protection thickness," Carter adds, which translates to half the material and labor costs.


A Letter from Our President

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I'm pleased to announce that our own Charles (Charlie) J. Carter, SE, PE, PhD, has been named the new president of AISC, effective in December. For the past eight years he's served as Vice President and Chief Structural Engineer for AISC and has worked for the Institute for more than 25 years. I'm delighted to pass the torch to Charlie when I retire in December.

While at AISC, Charlie has spearheaded a number of important initiatives, including the revitalization of the AISC Code of Standard Practice, the development of a unified Steel Manual combining both ASD and LRFD, the development of AISC's first Seismic Design Manual, and the expansion of AISC continuing education programs into the online realm. He's also a well-known speaker and the author of numerous papers as well as AISC Design Guides on Torsional Analysis of Structural Steel Members and on Wide-Flange Column Stiffening at Moment Connections.
To learn more, see AISC's official announcement.
Please join me in congratulating Charlie on his new role as incoming President of AISC.


"The most fundamental change is that ...

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"The most fundamental change is that the Code is now an ANSI-approved consensus document," commented Charles J. Carter, AISC's incoming president.


"The jury noted the significant and ...

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"The jury noted the significant and meaningful contributions of all of Todd's work in stability bracing, not just the paper on which his nomination was based," said Charlie Carter, AISC's incoming president.


"Right now, core systems sometimes use ...

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"Right now, core systems sometimes use reinforced concrete shear walls that are jump formed," said Charlie Carter, AISC's vice president and chief structural engineer.

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